Posts Tagged "samuel marzioli"

Servant of the Aswang

by on Feb 23, 2017 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

3,000 Words The Manila Times predicted March 30th would be a scorcher, the hottest day so far this year. The aswang called it a perfect opportunity to hunt and went to pack the cargo van. As a rule, she never took us to the same site twice and always drove along the back roads and...

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by on Oct 10, 2016 in Short Fiction | 6 comments

5,200 Words The Night Watch was scheduled for 10 that evening, but Jay started his patrol at sundown. With a newly sharpened gulok resting on his shoulder, he ambled down the scabrous road that wound throughout the settlement, ducking clotheslines, skirting refuse and threading the...

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Story of the Year 2015

by on Jan 18, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Last Monday we asked you to vote for your favorite original story from Apex Magazine in 2015 and you guys answered! The votes have been tallied and with more than 14% of the votes, we have a winner! The Apex Magazine Story of the Year for 2015 is “Multo” by Samuel Marzioli!...

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by on Jan 6, 2015 in Short Fiction | 10 comments

3770 WORDS My dad liked to say, “Ang nakaraan ay hindi kailanman nawawala, nalilimutan lamang,” or rather, “The past is never gone, only forgotten.” Whether a salawikain of the Philippines or something he made up, it seemed to fit. And I’d come across no better example than when I...

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